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Monday, 27 September 2010 - 09:47

 

TAC and partners are participating in the global week of action, calling on governments to ensure full replenishment of the global fund. For more details on the global week of action, go to http://www.globalfundreplenishment.org/global-week-of-action/

In Pretoria, we will be targeting the Italian Embassy. Picketers...

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Thursday, 23 September 2010 - 12:15

 

Today, we protest the incompetence, inefficiency and injustice of the agencies charged with ensuring the safety and security of all people in South Africa. We demand real and sustained action to build safe communities and ensure justice for victims of crime.

We are brought together by the case of Zoliswa Nkonyana, a 19-year-old, openly lesbian who was murdered on 6 February 2006. The escape of four of the suspects last week from the...

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Wednesday, 22 September 2010 - 16:55

Activists to call a Day of Action on Tuesday September 28 in at least 20 African cities, and supported by groups around the world, to fully fund the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. Maternal health and child mortality Millennium Development Goals in many countries can only be met if AIDS, TB and malaria are addressed and the Global Fund replenished with $20 billion over the next two weeks, say activists. “All countries...

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Wednesday, 22 September 2010 - 16:15

The Social Justice Coalition, Treatment Action Campaign, Equal Education, Free Gender, AIDS Legal Network, Luleka Lisizwe and Triangle Project are community-based organisations located in Khayelitsha, Cape Town. Our organisations seek to address wide-ranging problems faced by our members – from inadequate sanitation and education, to HIV/TB and homophobia. Though our organisations remain focused on different campaigns, we are compelled by circumstance to express...

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Monday, 20 September 2010 - 15:01

CALL FOR THE DROPPING OF CHARGES AND HIS IMMEDIATE RELEASE

On September 21st 2010 Chinese activist Tian Xi will go on trial in Henan Province charged with “suspicion of intentional destruction to property.” Tian Xi is HIV positive and was infected with HIV as a child as a result of a blood transfusion at the time when thousands of people in Henan and other provinces were infected with HIV through state-sponsored blood selling programs in the 1990s. In an unprecedented action, activists from across China will attend Tian Xi’s trial to express solidarity with him. The Treatment Action...

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